the comedy of errors

Antipholus of Syracuse: Gregory Wooddell
Antipholus of Ephesus: Christian Conn
Dromio of Syracuse: Carson Elrod
Dromio of Ephesus:  Carter Gill
Adriana: Veanne Cox
Luciana: Folami Williams
Courtesan: Eleasha Gamble
Emilia: Nancy Robinette
Dr. Pinch: Sarah Marshall
Egeon: Ted van Griethuysen
Duke Solinus:  J. Bernard Calloway
Goldsmith: Tom Story
Merchant: Matt Zambrano
Protean #1: Matt Bauman
Protean #2: John Paul Cardenas
Protean #3: Justin G. Nelson

Creative Team:
Set Designer:
James Noone
Costume Designer: Gabriel Berry
Lighting Designer: Mary Ellen Stebbins
Music and Lyrics:  Michael Dansicker
Choreographer: Karma Camp
Fight Director: David Leong
Casting Director: Jay Binder / Carter Wooddell

Played at The Shakespeare Theatre Company from September 25ththrough November 4th, 2018.


“[Alan] Paul, whose work has emerged on the city’s biggest stages, has a showbiz aesthetic that’s refreshing
— Nelson Pressley, The Washington Post
The Shakespeare Theatre Company’s musically inclined The Comedy of Errors, is funny, cute, and just the ticket in these difficult times. With a vibe part Monty Python, part Zorba the Greek, and aesthetically reminiscent of Herge’s Adventures of Tintin, director Alan Paul creates a perfect, cheerful moment for Shakespeare’s tale of long-lost twins and their inevitable mix-ups
— Kate Wingfield, Metro Weekly
GUT-BUSTING…Alan Paul’s deft direction supplies some of the finest comedic moments of the D.C. theater season.”
— BroadwayWorld
EXCELLENT…[Alan] Paul’s production is heaps of fun.
— Two Hours Traffic
Paul’s production keeps Shakespeare’s original language intact and inserts original songs at regular intervals, giving the already zany show some extra oomph
— Caroline Jones, Washington City Paper
Paul is a master of pacing who understands that the farcical complications have to fly past, while the more serious moments—there are some—need more deliberate handling
— Susan Berlin, Talkin’ Broadway

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Photos by Scott Suchman